Additionally, the solution may support the integration of an intrusion event with the location of garrison patrols. In this scenario, messaging would be directed to the garrison patrol nearest the intrusion event when the perimeter is breached. In this instance, the Garrison Security would integrate data from infrared sensors with messaging and GPS to “communicate” to the nearest base patrol, including displaying the video-fed images from the surveillance solution.
An approach to enhancing base 4k video downloader crack involves overlapping layers of technology: infrared beams broadcast from “stealth towers” to detect movement on the outer perimeter complemented by wired cameras and radar. The radar systems provide volumetric coverage inside the stealth perimeter, a backup or redundancy to stealth tower detection, and tracking of the intruders to intercept. Additionally, radar technology may detect drones that cross into restricted air space or flight lines. This combination of overlapping technologies with data integrated and analyzed in the Garrison Security Command Center delivers benefits in the form of a superior and redundant design when compared to camera-only systems with costs that can be far less due to the lower requirement for infrastructure.
A Radar detection system may be a compact pulse-Doppler radar that activates when motion is detected in the prescribed surveillance area, such as parking lots, open spaces, air space, flight lines, etc. Radar operates via radio frequency by “bouncing” a signal off of an object and tracking that object’s movement throughout the surveillance area. Surveillance radar may be a cost-effective solution to reinforce or protect areas where additional security coverage is required or not available. This capability may provide all-weather, day-night target detection in wide area, perhaps tens of acres. With an integrated server, the radar detection system may be capable of tracking hundreds of targets simultaneously.
In addition, future over-the-air detection systems may incorporate chemical/bomb detection sensors using radar, sound waves, or other technologies. This future capability will allow detection of flying drone-based chemical/bomb threats at a far enough distance for the Garrison to detect, identity, and mitigate the threat before it enters near the garrison’s airspace.
Smart Surveillance can allow IoT end-points to integrate relevant video to a map-based software platform. The video data can then be correlated to other disparate data points to enable flexible, searchable, and visual solutions that allow security personnel quickly obtain the information desired for both situational awareness and evidentiary requirements.
End-points that capture video can fit user requirements and environments. Solutions may be scalable from single cameras to thousands of simultaneous streams with each device that will enable recording and analytics at the edge. A single visualization platform can assemble the disparate data and video feeds to enable quick access to all sources of information. The aggregated situational view can be accessed from any networked device, giving personnel the information that is needed. All transmission of data can be carried over a secure wireless network (e.g., LTE, 5G, etc.) to ensure maximum fidelity of sensitive information and video feeds.